Während wir auf einer mehrjährigen Weltreise waren, ist unser junger Isländer Wallach in Gesellschaft anderer Pferde auf einer riesigen Weide in Frankreich aufgewachsen und von einer Isländer-Bereiterin eingeritten worden. Er wurde im Isländergestüt Lauzière in Frankreich geboren und ist exzemfrei.
Isländer mit Papieren, von Niels vom Wiesenhof et Orka Lauzière
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Angurgapi, geb. 2010, 1.38m, hat eine aussergewöhnlich schöne Fellfarbe, die je nach Jahreszeit von beige zu fuchsfarben wechselt. Er steht seinen Menschen sehr nahe, ist verspielt und freundlich.
Ein Freund fürs Leben!
Natürliche und komfortable Gänge (Schritt, Trab, Gallop, Tölt). Er ist ein sehr angenehmes Pferd und ein Gewichtsträger. Schmiedefromm.
Wo ist Angurgapi?
Angurgapi lebt in Romenay, Burgund, 1h von Lyon, 1h 45Min. von Genf und 3h von Bern und Basel entfernt. Im Moment ist er beim Isländertrainer Damien Lubrez, wo er besichtigt und geritten werden kann. Sattel und Zaumzeug vorhanden. Preis verhandelbar.
Cheval Islandais à vendre: Pendant notre longue voyage autour du monde, notre jeune hongre islandais a grandi en compagnie d’autres chevaux dans des grands pâturages, et a été débourrés par un cavalier spécialisé dans l’équitation islandaise. Il est né au Haras de Lauzière, dans le sud-est de la France, et n’a pas d’exzèma.
Cheval Islandais a vendre: Angurgapi Lauzière
Hongre, alezan dun
Islandais plein papiers, de Niels vom Wiesenhof et Orka Lauzière
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Né en 2010, 1m38 avec une très belle couleur, alezan dun, qui change selon les saisons. Très proche de l’homme, joueur et gentil.
Un ami pour la vie !
Allures naturelles et confortables (pas, trot, galop, tölt). Un cheval très agréable à monter et fort.
Cheval Islandais à vendre OÙ?
Angurgapi vive à Romenay, en Bourgogne à 1h de Lyon, 1h45 de Genève et à 3h de Berne et Bâle.
Il est actuellement en formation avec le spécialiste Damien Lubrez en Bourgogne qui le vent pour notre compte. Selle et bride disponibles. Le prix est négotiable.
The privilege of Grey World Nomads is to be able to travel around the world at a slow pace. During our house and dog sit in the Scottish Highlands, we captured the most stunning views and ‘our’ dogs in this short video on the first day out.
Your dog loves to lounge around your home, and naps frequently. He needs this rest in order to keep up with all his daily activities and to take part in any and all action that happens around your home. However, this doesn’t mean that all the rest he is getting is quality rest. In fact, if he is older or experiencing joint pain, there is a good chance that he needs an orthopedic bed in order to make the most of his napping. This is because these types of beds are made from dense foam designed to support your pet’s body. This helps eliminate pressure points and minimizes tossing and turning, thus allowing your pet to get a deeper sleep and remain asleep longer. This can also help lessen any joint pain your pet has during his waking hours as well.
Source: Does your dog need an orthopedic bed?
Does your dog seem to find dirt a delicious delicacy? Eating dirt may be an indication of an underlying medical problem, and not just made out of curiosity. The most common problem associated with eating dirt in dogs is anemia or other types of rare mineral deficiencies. Here are some steps to take if your dog is eating dirt:
Examine the color of your dog’s gums. If the gums appear too pale or jaundiced (yellowish tinge), an immediate visit to your veterinarian should be made as soon as possible.
Check your dog’s diet. What’s the quality of your pet’s food? If you are giving homemade pet food, consulting a veterinary will help establish whether it lacks any essential vitamin or mineral.
When your dog’s appetite for dirt is accompanied by lethargy, decreased appetite, or unexplained weight loss, take your pet for blood work and other tests that may be recommended by your veterinarian. (Source: What To Do If Your Dog Is Eating Dirt)
Imagine you house sit on a farm with three giant dogs who love to try to sit on your lap after they played in the mud. Their little sister dog, a Staffordshire Bull Terrier, is totally crazy in love with Vlou, the traveling Beagle, and shows this by rubbing her body along his side and placing her bum on his head while he tries to have a nap.
Your dog is an important part of your family, and you want to make sure he knows this. In order to help him bond with you, you will need to take the time out of your schedule to get to know him better. This means not only offering him some of your time but also giving him the opportunity to have some fun during this portion of your day. Your dog will thrive with your attention, and he will be able to learn more about you and the way things are done in your household. He will learn to count on you, as he will be able to see that his needs are met in a timely fashion. He will also learn just how much fun you can be to hang out with and crave even more interaction. (Source: Bonding with your dog)
Dogs can really do a number on your interior spaces. Your carpets are especially prone to wear. Here are a few tips for keeping your carpet looking its best, even if you have a dog around.
First, clean up messes quickly. Choose a pet-friendly cleaner that is specially formulated to take care of tough stains. Clean up after potty accidents, muddy messes, and anything else that stains or causes unpleasant odors.
Vacuuming regularly is also a great way to keep your carpets in tip-top shape. It can pull hair up out of the carpet, but it can also cut back on allergens if you use a HEPA filter.
You’re likely to have bubblegum in your house, especially if you have kids at home. If you don’t have bubblegum, you probably at least have some chewing gum to keep your breath minty fresh. If your dog gets ahold of some gum, should you be worried?
Unfortunately, there is definitely cause for concern if your dog has eaten any kind of gum. That’s because it contains an ingredient called xylitol, which is extremely poisonous to dogs. It only takes 3 grams of the stuff to kill a 65 pound dog.
Because different manufacturers use different amounts of xylitol, it can be difficult to determine just how dangerous the situation is. If your dog vomits, is uncoordinated or lethargic after consuming any amount of gum, or if you have a particularly small breed, you should visit your vet.
Source: Is Bubblegum Harmful to Canines?
When it comes to feeding your cat, it is important that he gets all the nutrients he needs. It’s very important for humans to eat vegetables, so is it important for cats to eat vegetables too?
Cats are obligate carnivores, which means that they are built to eat meat and meat only. When looking for the right food for your cat, you should make sure that the first ingredient on the list is a recognizable meat source.
Although cats don’t need vegetables to be healthy, they may want to snack on a vegetable every now and then. Some cats have even been known to munch on potatoes!
There are some vegetables you should avoid because they are toxic, like onions and avocados.
Source: Should Cats Eat Vegetables?